After visiting the castle, it is worthwhile paying a visit to the cathedral. The facade is unassuming but the interior is attractive. The history of the church is interesting and there are some stunning mosaics. Peaceful and tranquil
You can take an elevator from downtown near the Roman Amphitheatre up to the San Giusto Hill and then visit around there
On the first glance the Cathedral does not look like something very interesting. But if you observe it very carefully, especially from the inside you will see a beautiful mixtures of different styles and cultures( Roman, Christian, gothic...). Definitely recommended! The art junkies will especially enjoy.
The Cattedrale is situated st the top of Trieste but is easy to find after a short stroll up the city. Admission is free and there aren't any signs to provide information but that is part of its beauty. It's amazingly tranquil and worth the walk
St. Justus Church is the cathedral of Trieste and thus the seat of the bishop of the pertinent diocese. It’s an imposing edifice of romanesque style with a sober façade which must necessarily arouse the visitors’ interest. The gothic elements were added posteriously as a consequence of a partial destruction caused by an earthquake. The first religious building on the... 更多
Whereever you go in Italy you will find bautiful churches. This one is pretty ugly from outside, but inside with its mosaics is very nice. It is on the ruins of roman buildings, two chruch in one.
It surely isn't the prettiest church of the city, but it's full of history. Originally two churches born on the ruins of roman structures, they have been merged in a single building which retains the peculiarity of both original buildings. Many parts of the church are ancient roman ruins recycled for the purpose and as such visiting with a guide... 更多